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Flooding, heavy rains set to hit KwaZulu-Natal | News24

Flooding, heavy rains set to hit KwaZulu-Natal | News24

A car floats on a Durban road as people wade through water during severe floods in October 2017.

A automotive floats on a Durban highway as folks wade by way of water throughout extreme floods in October 2017.

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  • Heavy rains that might result in floods are anticipated in some components of KwaZulu-Natal.
  • Rain is anticipated to fall on Wednesday and Thursday.
  • The South African Climate Service has warned uMkhanyakude and King Cetshwayo districts particularly.

KwaZulu-Natal residents have been suggested to maintain secure as heavy rains that might presumably result in flooding are anticipated to hit some components of the province. 

Whereas many of the nation’s areas have skilled the chilly winter chew over the previous two weeks, some components of KZN have now additionally been warned to brace as a chilly entrance approaches.

PICS | Snow hits parts of the Western Cape

On Wednesday, the South African Climate Service introduced on their Twitter web page that heavy rain is anticipated on Wednesday and Thursday.

??Watch??:17/06/2020 12h00 TO:18/06/2020 10h00 Heavy rain- which may result in localized flooding is anticipated over components of uMkhanyakude and King Cetshwayo (KZN) in the present day into tomorrow morning..

— SA Climate Service (@SAWeatherServic) June 17, 2020

Districts that ought to count on the rains are uMkhanyakude and King Cetshwayo districts.

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